15 Black Friday TV Deals You Really Should See (2020): OLED, Soundbars, Projectors

After a year of delayed products and high prices, now is finally a good time to buy a new TV. For Black Friday, we're seeing the cheapest prices ever on OLED (organic LED) models. This cutting-edge tech allows each of the millions of pixels to act as its own backlight, making colors more vivid and blacks as dark as possible. It has some flaws, but it's our favorite display tech here at WIRED, and prices are finally getting reasonable. As usual, we recommend avoiding TVs that are not made by LG, Vizio, Samsung, Sony, Hisense, or TCL. Other brands (Sceptre, Insignia, etc.) sell extremely cheap TVs, but they aren't always built as well. Check our lists of the best TVs , prettiest projectors , and the best soundbars around to learn more about the TVs we do like.

Note: We strike through items that sell out or are no longer at their deal price as of publishing. Discounts sometimes return, so check for yourself. We will update this guide throughout the weekend.

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  • Kindle, Echo, and Fire Deals
  • Google Nest and Pixel Deals
  • Mattress Deals
  • Phone and Tablet Deals
  • Video Game Deals
  • Laptop and PC Deals
  • Headphone and Audio Deals

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TV Deals

Here are the best deals on screens this holiday weekend. Be sure to check out our list of the best TVs for more information on our favorite models. All of these TVs are 4K with HDR unless otherwise specified, and most are 55 inches in size.

Photograph: LG
★ Best TV Deal—Vizio OLED TV for $900 ($400 off)

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